Super-Fly Comics & Games opened its doors in August 2007 after buying the new comics & graphic novels business of Dark Star Books. Since then we have expanded further into video, card, board and role-playing games; movies; manga; toys; t-shirts; statues and other cool things. Be sure to ask about our subscription pull file service to get 15% off almost everything in the store and our 10% discount for college students and military personnel.

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Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 18

My fellow Fly-Hards, it has come to my attention it is once again Friday and as such it is time for us to bring you this week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week! This week was a pretty tepid week in comics, but there were a few things to pay attention to: Batman #30 began the last arc of Zero Year, Hulk relaunched with Mark Waid still at the helm, and the Superior Spider-Man is no more. This week we return to Boom Studios with a comic written by a man many of you know more for his musical talents than his writing. This week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week is: Translucid #1

Translucid

 

Claudio Sanchez (Amory Wars, Coheed and Cambria), Chondra Echert (Kill Audio, Key of Z), David Blayliss (Batman: The Deal) bring us a new 6 issue mini-series that is an interesting deconstruction of the Batman and Joker relationship.  We have a hero (The Navigator) whose moral compass may be slipping and his ultimate nemesis (Horse) can’t have that!  Along with an interesting framing device that, while not immediately obvious, does tie in very well.  What if Joker really was the closest thing Batman had to a friend?  What if the hero chose to save that “friend” instead of saving the day?

 

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